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Simple white Fruitcake

Reviewed: Mar. 24, 2014
perfect
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Doggie Biscuits I

Reviewed: Mar. 24, 2014
Due to allergies I totally changed this. No corn, no wheat. Dogs should not eat gluten or corn. I used old fashioned oats for the oatmeal that I chopped in my food processor first. Then a combo flour that is gluten free for all of the flour listed. Ground flax seed for the corn meal measurement. I reduced the amount of vanilla by a third. I added baby food pears large jar and limited the amount of water til it held together. I used half the oil due to fat concerns, and not canola, use olive or soybean. I used natural peanut butter, no sugar, it hurts their kidneys. It is very sticky so did not try to roll out, I used a wet finger to smooth out each dropped teaspoon on parchment paper that I did not grease. If you make them thin bake 10 minutes and turn off oven for the next 20 or so to dry out. Let cool on parchment. Most will be crunchy. If any are not refrigerate them until use or will mold. The crunchy ones will be ok for the week if they last that long! People like them too!
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Walnut Wheat Bread

Reviewed: Nov. 23, 2006
This is a great bread when lightened up. I swapped the flour measurements to lighten the texture, added a tablespoon of honey to the liquid, DONT heat your yeast to 120 degrees, 105 to 110 is all yeast can take. I proofed the yeast with the liquid a bit and then mixed. The bread needs very little flour added if any, DONT over work it, it doesnt need alot. It was when dark brown its toasty and nutty. Brush with real butter.
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St. Louis Toasted Ravioli

Reviewed: May 7, 2006
This is great with cheese ravioli only, dont try the meat. I added the parmesan cheese to the bread crumb mix and doubled the amount made so I could really bread them heavy. It was great! Dont get your oil too hot or they wont get done in the middle by the time they are brown.
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Juicy Pork Chops

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2005
RICH!! wonderful! I cut the amount of pepper but the soy sauce is amazing. i had always put it in the pan when frying right at the end to add richness, but this is even better!!
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Grilled Chicken with Herbs

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2005
Great! I cut the amount of balsamic vinagar to 2 T, we are not big fans of it. i cut the sage to 1/2 t. I used dry herbs but i put them in the ziploc bag first with 2 T of warm water and let them sit while i prepared the chicken to go into the bag with the vinagar. i didnt put the herbs in a blender either. with them chunky they fall off on the grill easier so you get flavor with out the stuff. pan frying or broiling is not as good. i pounded the chicken so it was very thin before i put in the bag and let it rest for 20-30 min. its enough. my chicken tired family loved it!!
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